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Friday, 26 September 2008 00:22

HTC releases first Android phone pictures

Written by Muamer Odobasic

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G1 in all its glory

 

Soon after the official announcement, HTC’s press service has released pictures of their first official Android phone, the G1.

The phone comes with QWERTY keyboard, 3mp camera with Photosharing capabilities, T-Mobile 3G support, WiFi, GPS and Bluetooth. This device has 1GB of memory as well as microSD slot for memory cards of up to 8GB capacity. It uses a trackball for navigation.

G1 features integrated one-touch access to most Google services, among which are Google Maps Street View, Gmail, YouTube and others. The phone comes in three different colors: white, black and brown.

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